Virtual Recreation Centers
Virtual Recreation Resources
This site is created to help us through these challenging times. We hope to provide resources that will keep you happy, healthy and engaged. The city has created a page full of information on food distribution locations to keep all of you healthy.
We are committed to ensuring that our community has 24/7 access to our recreation services at this time of social distancing.
Week of June 22-28
Monday: Simply Yoga
Tuesday: Serious Eats Food Preparation
Wednesday: Daily Workouts Fitness Trainer
Thursday: UCLA Mindful
Friday: How to Observe National Forgiveness Day
Saturday: Personal Development Goals for Your 20s and Beyond
Sunday: Headstart on July Fitness Tips
More Health and Fitness resources can be found in our Health & Fitness page.
Girls Inc Virtual Summer Camp
Girls Inc will hold its Strong, Smart and Bold Summer Camp virtually July 6-16. The camp is a two-week day camp for girls ages 8 to 11. Girls participate in research-based programs: Girls Take Another Look increase their awareness of the scope and power of the media and the effects of media messages on girls and women, Girls Encourage is designed to sustain girl’s interest in sports through adolescence by introducing them to nontraditional activities and adventures, Operation SMART develops girl’s enthusiasm for and skills in science, through hands-on activities, girls explore, ask questions, persist, and solve problems.
For information, to apply, or reserve your spot, please visit girlsinccc.org or, call (831) 772-0882 before June 26.
June: Smart Irrigation Month; Use Water Wisely
Monday: Virtual Water Tours
Tuesday: The Role of Water In Our Lives
Wednesday: DrinkTap Water Video Library: Whaddya know about H2O?!
Thursday: Water Science School
Friday: How does your garden grow?
Saturday: Crayola Water-themed Coloring Printable
Sunday: Water Education
For more information please see our Education and Art Resources page.
* More Anti-Racism Resources
Whalefest Essay Contest
Attention Students! Check out this essay contest and enter to win a cash prize!
The organizers of Whalefest Monterey and Fisherman’s Wharf Association invite students entering grades 6-12 in Monterey, Santa Cruz and San Benito Counties, to participate in the Whalefest Monterey Ocean-Themed 2020 Student Summer Essay Contest.
Please Click Here for more details.
Monday: National Chocolate Eclair Day
Tuesday: The Health Benefits of Watermelon
Wednesday: Eating on a Dime
Thursday: How Much Water Do I Really Need to Drink?
Friday: Cucumber Lemonade
Saturday: What the Fork is for Dinner Facebook Group
Sunday: Chop Chop Cooking Club
The city has created a page full of information on food distribution locations to keep all of you healthy.
Arts & Crafts
June: National Accordion Month
Monday: Todler Tuesday Bay Area Discover Museum
Tuesday: San Francisco Coloring Pages
Wednesday: Name Aliens for National U.F.O. Day
Thursday: 30 Super Fun June Crafts for Kids
Friday: Children’s Discovery Museum; Create a Musical Score
Saturday: DIY Abstract Art with Bomono
Sunday: The Color Game
Monday: 50 Fun Activities for Kids
Tuesday: Summertime Guide to Keeping Kids Entertained at Home
Wednesday: Coloring Sheets for International Fairy Day
Thursday: Chinese Dragon Boat Festival
Friday: Sesame Street Head Shoulders Knees and Toes
Saturday: Kids San Diego Zoo
Sunday: 0 to Three At Home Activity Guide
Monday: Well Connected Seniors
Tuesday: Operate Game
Wednesday: Go 4 Life Warm Up and Work Out
Thursday: National Catfish Day: 15 Recipes that will Make You a Believer
Friday: Keep it Alive (Google Android App)
Saturday: 10 Daily Stretches
Sunday: Family Tree Printables
For information on COVID-19 special resources for seniors, please check out the Marina Senior Association website.
Great Plates Delivered
The City of Marina Recreation Department has teamed up with the National Academy of Athletics to offer 5-day virtual sports camps in football, soccer, basketball, baseball, marshal arts, and volleyball. See Details.